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Nominate top businesswomen in Central Florida

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The nominating process for the Orlando Business Journal’s 15 Annual Women Who Mean Business Event is underway. This event recognizes the top businesswomen in Orange, Osceola, Seminole, and Lake counties. You can nominate outstanding women in the following categories:

  • Business Owner of the Year: The nominee must own part or all of a Central Florida-based business.
  • Business Executive of the Year: The nominee must be a corporate executive with a director title or higher.
  • Women to Watch: These individuals are up and comers in our community who have taken on leadership roles. The nominee must be under age 40 as of the nomination.

Each category will have eight nominees. Also recognized will be the 2014 Legacy Award winner and the 2014 Businesswoman of the year.

Past winners of the Orlando Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business award include: Meg Crofton, Walt Disney World, Carolyn Fennel, Greater Orlando Aviation Authority, Karen Dee, Fifth Third Bank, Dr. Deborah German, UCF College of Medicine Linda Landman-Gonzalez, Orlando Magic and Pat Engfer, Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport.

You must nominate online at and the deadline for nominations is March 07, 2014. Winners will be announced at a reception on April 24. For questions, contact Susan Lundine at 407.241-2892 or



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